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Thread: Change the default JRE the browser uses to open applets

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    Default Change the default JRE the browser uses to open applets

    I hope this is the right forum for this. I have Java 6 and Java 7 installed, if i open an applet in any browser it uses the dll's and from the jre7 folder. I would like it to use the jre6 folder, without uninstalling java7. I tried doing this through the java control panel by adding jre6, checking it as enabled and checking off jre7. It didn't make any diffrence. Does anyone have any idea?


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    Default Re: Change the default JRE the browser uses to open applets

    I have no idea, but if I had to guess I would say this is controlled by your browser and not by java.
    Maybe you have better luck asking in a support forum for the specific browser that you are using.

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    Default Re: Change the default JRE the browser uses to open applets

    in java control two tab will be there user and system make sure changed should be done in both after that u should restart browser for me its working just try it.

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